Are you a new mom returning to work? DC-based Lani Inlander of Real Life Style hopes to boost your confidence by refreshing your wardrobe through her e-course, Wear Your Power.
Finding the right outfit for a wedding is challenging in and of itself, as no guest wants to be uncomfortable throughout the night, outshine the bride or even stand out for being too underdressed. When you add a cool breeze and chilly temperatures to the mix, curating the perfect ensemble becomes even more complicated.
It’s that time of year again, where friends, families and co-workers alike gather together to celebrate the year that’s passed, as well as look ahead at what’s to come.
As is the custom with these types of events, there tends to be a proper dress code to adhere to, especially for the classic holiday office party.
I’ve just clicked on the link for Zoom, the video conferencing service, for Slate’s weekly editorial meeting, and now a gargoyle is staring back at me from my laptop screen. But I can’t look away from the gargoyle because she is me, only my skin is a dull shade of greige (you know, gray-beige), there’s an inexplicable spotlight on my nose, my head is casting a weird shadow onto my neck, and I swear one of my eyes is wonky. Is that what I look like?
As a stylist, I am obsessed with a good overcoat. I collect them. I must have 30! Of course, no one needs to own that many, but everyone should at least have a solid-colored short or mid-length style and a good long coat that will match the majority of his/her wardrobe.